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BVENINO 1HJU.HT1N. HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, 1'Eil. 1, 1910. ' t 3 ! Ij
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Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
LINEN COUCH COVERS Cool and washable; made
of striped linen, finished with knotted fringe; 3 yaws long.
FEATHERSTITCH BRAIDS In al colors; 12-yard
pieces; ISc. braids, 8 1.3c. a piece.
BORDEAUX LINEN In white only; 20o. qnality,
12 1.2c. a yard.
VOILE SUITINOSTan, Grey and Navy; double width;
90c. qnality, 65c. a yard.
COVERT CLOTH For Skirts and Snits; Grey, Tan,
Black 'and Navy; special, 12 l-2c. a yard.
RED TABLE DAMASK COe. quality, 45c. a yard.
LADIES' WHITE HOSE Lace ankle and all lace; sizes,
8 1-2. 0, 0 1-2; 35c. Hose, 20c. a pair.
PILLOW TUBING By the yard; extra good cotton;
25c. a "yard.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Great Closing-Out Safe
of Our Entire Stock
We require space for new lines purchased .
by Mr. Curtis in New York. Wc are
advised the new stock will be here
shortly. We will offer all our
Laces and Embroideries
at Big Reductions
We are going to replace every number
with an entire new line.
Profits Not Considered at This Sale
The Bargains now on offer
Tuesday, Feb. 1st
We carry the largest and most varied stock in the .islands.
Good furniture at moderate prices. ',
ii. .Your credit is good. ,
J. HOPP & CO.
185 Kinc St.
' Is the Wood Pile Getting Low?
YOU'LL FIND THE BEST PLACE TO BUY WOOD IS
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co-, Ltd.
Fort St., below Merchant. Phone 281,
KILLS MANY MINERS
PIUMKUO, Colo., Jan. 31. Th rough a cnve-ln In tho Prlnfero mine
ot tho Colorado Iron and Fuel Com pany, one hundred and forty-nine
miner were today entombed. It Is believed that all are dead.
The mine disaster came with such awful suddenness that few of
'lfai,'lncn nt work In 'tho lower leVels were able to escape. Assistance
rwntaentsat the earliest possible minute, but nothing could be done for
he iunfortunate victims.
i'C-Tonight tho rescuers had managed to recover ecvcnty.'nliio dead
I bodies, but could discover no hopciul slgris and were forced to report
fllrat all 'of the Imprisoned men wcr e probably dead.
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AUTOPSY SHOWS POISON.
CHICAGO, Jail. 31. The autopsy on the remains of Colonel Thomas H
Swopc, the Kansas City millionaire, who died where suddenly, has dis
closed the presence of Btrychnlne In tho stomach of tho dead man. The
authorities are now working on the case, and hinolson scandal la sure
to result, It Is believed. $i'
ESTRADA'S ARMY MUTINIED. ' '
11L.UKFIKLDS, Jan. 31. Klve hundred soldiers of General Kstrn
da's revolutionary army havo mutln led. Today.tbe mutineers boarded
n ship find sailed for Orcytown. Fo arlng trouble, 'tho U. S. S. Des
Moines left Immediately after for th e samo destination.
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PRESIDENT'S BROTHER ILL. ' Jf- ,
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 31. Henry Tafthrqtheof the President, Is
III here at the home of his sister,- Mr. TaftHssufforlng'froni erysip
elas, and his condition Is considered very serious. The President has
MAOIIID, Jan. Sw
eating ecnt In May.
-Queen Victoria of Spain' Is expecting an Inter-
SPEAKS AT LEAGUE
Open-air Pavilions Are Planned in
Seven City Districts Subscrip
tions From Citizens Coming In
WOOLLEY DENIES .
' HAND IN BILL
Gives Local Man Some Hard Raps
Petitions From Chinese of This
City a Feature of Bill Good
Enough For All.
The Mciils I.caguo of tho Central
Union rHurch held a most interest
ing meeting last night, mado bo by
tho picsence of Dr. Ilohcrt J. llitr
dcttc, who wau tho chief speaker of
Places at tnblo were set for near
ly two hundred and they were all
tilled and the repast enjojed by all
After the feast came tho reports
of the president and other officers of
The vacancy caused by tho going
away of Judge Woodruff was filled
by thcelcctlon of Judge V. I Whit
ney, after which reports of tho dif
ferent committees were read.
Dr. Hobdy responded to n call tor
a report of tho committee onnntl
tuberculosls, and gavo a rcsumV of
what had been dono In the past and
outlined what tho committee, pro
posed to do in the futuro In tho way
of fighting the disease.
Tho city Is to be divided Into
seven districts, with nurses in
charge of each district.
Mr. nath of Palanm gave some ad
ditional Information In regard to the
campaign. lie stated that a Bite
has already been secured for tho day
camp, plans have been drawn, and
a bid of $1100 for Its erection sub
mitted. Mr. Dillingham stated that the
Mon'a League had pledged Itself to
ralso $2500 toward tho fund for the
nntl-tuberculosls campaign, and call
ed upon A. Lewis Jr., as chairman
of the committee on subscriptions.
to report on wtyit had been dono to
ward raising the money. Mr. Lewis
reported that tho sum of 11513, B0
had been subscribed, ono hundred
subscribers having pledged an aver
age of about 116 each.
Dr. llurdetto was then introduced
by Chairman Dillingham, and in his
characteristic mood Interested those
present with an Instructive lecture
interspersed with humor that
brought laughter from his hearers
many times during the talk.
It was a pleasant thing, ho said,
to bo well known. It reminded him
of u n old colored man In Washing
ton whose numo was Washington.
A visitor once asked him his name.
"Mali name's Wnshln'ton," ho re
plied. "Washington? That namo sounds
familiar," said the stranger. "It
seems to me I've heard It before."
"I think mebbe you haB," replied
tho negro. "I'bo done hauled swill
culu dls ward foh 'lebon yeahs."
Dr. llurdetto said ho wanted to
thank tho people ot Honolulu for
the reception that had been accord
ed him and Mrs. Durdotto,
Dr. Iturdette dwelt at length on
tho powor of tho "small man" In
the affairs of State as well as In
business, icferrlug to him as tho
one-talent man. He established the
fact that It was not the big and
mighty men who motcd the world,
but tho doings of the "small man"
and taken advantage ot by tho big
"Ho glad," concluded Dr. Ilur
dette, "If j on nro only a nnn-tnlont
man, and try to make amends for
that fellow In tho Now Testament
who didn't miiko use of his one tal
ent to surpass the ten-talent man,"
EMractg from the speech mado b
Prohibition Manager Woolloy before
a Bcnato conihilttoo on Pacific Island!
brings out the fact tint Woollvy hat
it In particularly hard for J. C. Cohen
of this city.
In Ills speech Mr. Woolloy emphat
ically denies that ho is tho father o!
tho bill aimed against the lliiuor trat
lie of theso islands. He claims that
ho had nothlrig to do with It.
Included In tho report aro spcechci
memorials and petitions both fur and
against the bill. One of the most bIr
nlflcant Is a letter from tho Chinese
lecation at Washington, which statci
that n tictlttoti ntmlnst ther bill had
Leon received 'from prominent Chinese
merchants of Hawaii. Tho first art
Iclo of this petition states, "Thero to
now In forco and effect In Hawaii r.
wlso and good law regulating tho sain
of Intoxicating liquors; this law war
passed by the Territorial legislature.
IN SIMPLE WAY
No More Doting the 8tomach Cure
the 8kln Through the Skin.
.When you have a scratch on jour
hand you wash It out and cleaiiko It
and then tho skin cures Itself.
Tho best Bkin speclallcts today aro
agreed that tho only wuy to cure tho
skin Is through tho skin. For statis
tics show that- nearly all eczema suf
ferers aro perfectly healthy In all
other wujs except as to their skin.
And ir tho eczema patients were real
ly suffering from nn Internal malady.
tho entire body and not tho skin would
You can nroio Immediately tho relief
of a true sklu euro by usl:ig oil of win
tcrgrecn as compounded In D. D. D.
I'robcrlnllon. This liquid kills tho
unhealthy part or tho skin.
Wo have now handled this meritor
ious and thoroughly scientific remedy
for so long and havo ceon Its reliablo
results bo many times that wo freely
oxpress our confldonco. Honolulu
Drug Co , Fort street.
"Tho Conspirators," an Interest
ing story picture ot ono ot those
mushroom resolutions that aro con
tinually arising lii South America.
It Is so Intensely realistic that ou
forget for the time being that It Is
only a Bllonl drama. "Sevres Porce
lain," In which mysticism Is devel
oped to such nn extent tliat one
wonders if thero Is any limit to tho
possibilities of moving pictures.
"Winning a Widow" Is n comedy
that will muUo amy, jounjj lady sit
up and mnko mental notes on her
chances of grabbing tho first orter
she gets and sulng, "Yes, ploase,"
fJSJT- BULLETIN AUK PtV-im
The Chlnoso muni commission ar
il; ed In llurlln last week to make n
study of German nuval affairs. Piluco
Oscar met tho lsltms at tho rnllmiul
station nnd accompanied them to tholi
hotel. - r
$1800 Lanre House and Lot. about
75x75, on Webb Lane, near
King and Llliha Streets,
$000 Four-room House and small
Lot on Buckle Lane, near
River and Vineyard streets.
Sewer connection. Very
$250 Several high Building Lots,
Kalakaua Ave. $50 cash;
balance $10 per month; no
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Building; 74 S. Kinrf St
The WUNDERHOSE warrant is
very specific. There is no mistak
ing its meaning. In each box of
WUNDERHOSE is a card with the
manufacturer's pledge of good faith
to the buyer of WUNDERHOSE- -a
card which says: "WUNDERHOSE
Warranted to wear, to hold their
color, not to rot, not to burn the
feet, not to wear out in the heel,
sole, or toe for three months. Made
in all colors.
The Wonderful Bargains
Will Soon Be Gone
Why pay more for groceries when you can
get the very choicest goods in the market, at less
than wholesale cost. Compare these prices with
what you usually pay :
ENGLISH BREAKFAST Regular $1 ; now '.-. .75
GUN-POWDER Regular 65c. ;v now 50
CEYLON Regular 75c;; now , 55
EXTRACTS All Flavors: Regular 35c. bottles; now 25
Begular 20c. bottles; now 3 for 50
DIAMOND CRYSTAL SALT Regular 15c, now 3 for 25
FRANCO-AMERICAN SOUPS Regular 40c. ; now ,30
AP0LLINABIS WATER Begular 15c; now Ills '
SOAPS (by the case) Begular $3.50; now $3.25
CROSS & BLACKWELL PICKLES Regular 40c;' now 25
FANCY WALNUTS and ALMONDS Regular 20c; no-. . . .3 for 50
Also, Tremendous Bargains in
Trunks and Dress Suit Cases,
Agate Ware, Refrigerators,
Only a few of these items left. Prices have been
, BeWfe & Co.'s Store
-"Kllfeg conducted by
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
"The Finest Bathing "on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS,.? AND CIOARS.
V,W5 0. BEjUK Proprietor.
The French Laundry
(J. ABADIE, Proprietor
i Agent for
258 BERETANIA STREET
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS, SA N FRANCISCO